• M Series 43\

    Pros: Solid picture quality, Wide selection of sizes, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Affordable
    Cons: No web browser and HBO Go

    Review: Compared to other 4K TVs, the Vizio M series lets you enjoy UHD picture quality at a very affordable price. It incorporates Full Array LED backlighting with local dimming and a 120Hz effective refresh rate for the smaller models, 240Hz for the larger ones. This 4K TV has an amazingly low input lag and does a good job at upscaling content. Whether you’re watching sports and action-packed movies, or just playing games, the Active LED Zones of the M series, together with Vizio’s Clear Action 360 or 720 technology, deliver highly detailed images, fluid motion, superior contrast and deep black levels for a more realistic experience. Picture calibration is quite easy with six picture modes and freedom to configure advanced settings. The M series has a simple interface. Instead of a gesture or voice-based clicker, it uses its own version of smart remote control. The backlit, two-sided clicker features an uncomplicated layout and a full QWERTY keyboard for easy text input. Web content is pretty limited, especially with the absence of a web browser and HBO Go, but all the major apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Vudu, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn and Pandora are all included so you can stream, listen or download as much as you want. The TV has all the necessary inputs. Side inputs include a USB port, a composite input and a component input. An Ethernet port, a digital optical audio output, an RCA audio output and an RF input can be easily located at the TV’s back panel. There are also three HDMI ports, one of which is compatible with HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0. The Vizio M series features a V6 Six-Core Processor, a built-in 802.11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi and a wide selection of sizes, from 43 inches to 80 inches. It sits atop two metal legs on each side. From a design standpoint, the base both has its pros and cons. It is more stable and appealing but a wider TV cabinet or furniture must be used.

  • M80-C3 - 80 Inch 240Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV

    M80-C3 - 80 Inch 240Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV

    447 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Very popular
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    Pros: Solid picture quality, Wide selection of sizes, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Affordable
    Cons: No web browser and HBO Go

    Review: Compared to other 4K TVs, the Vizio M series lets you enjoy UHD picture quality at a very affordable price. It incorporates Full Array LED backlighting with local dimming and a 120Hz effective refresh rate for the smaller models, 240Hz for the larger ones. This 4K TV has an amazingly low input lag and does a good job at upscaling content. Whether you’re watching sports and action-packed movies, or just playing games, the Active LED Zones of the M series, together with Vizio’s Clear Action 360 or 720 technology, deliver highly detailed images, fluid motion, superior contrast and deep black levels for a more realistic experience. Picture calibration is quite easy with six picture modes and freedom to configure advanced settings. The M series has a simple interface. Instead of a gesture or voice-based clicker, it uses its own version of smart remote control. The backlit, two-sided clicker features an uncomplicated layout and a full QWERTY keyboard for easy text input. Web content is pretty limited, especially with the absence of a web browser and HBO Go, but all the major apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Vudu, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn and Pandora are all included so you can stream, listen or download as much as you want. The TV has all the necessary inputs. Side inputs include a USB port, a composite input and a component input. An Ethernet port, a digital optical audio output, an RCA audio output and an RF input can be easily located at the TV’s back panel. There are also three HDMI ports, one of which is compatible with HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0. The Vizio M series features a V6 Six-Core Processor, a built-in 802.11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi and a wide selection of sizes, from 43 inches to 80 inches. It sits atop two metal legs on each side. From a design standpoint, the base both has its pros and cons. It is more stable and appealing but a wider TV cabinet or furniture must be used.

  • M series 50\

    Pros: Solid picture quality, Wide selection of sizes, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Affordable
    Cons: No web browser and HBO Go

    Review: Compared to other 4K TVs, the Vizio M series lets you enjoy UHD picture quality at a very affordable price. It incorporates Full Array LED backlighting with local dimming and a 120Hz effective refresh rate for the smaller models, 240Hz for the larger ones. This 4K TV has an amazingly low input lag and does a good job at upscaling content. Whether you’re watching sports and action-packed movies, or just playing games, the Active LED Zones of the M series, together with Vizio’s Clear Action 360 or 720 technology, deliver highly detailed images, fluid motion, superior contrast and deep black levels for a more realistic experience. Picture calibration is quite easy with six picture modes and freedom to configure advanced settings. The M series has a simple interface. Instead of a gesture or voice-based clicker, it uses its own version of smart remote control. The backlit, two-sided clicker features an uncomplicated layout and a full QWERTY keyboard for easy text input. Web content is pretty limited, especially with the absence of a web browser and HBO Go, but all the major apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Vudu, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn and Pandora are all included so you can stream, listen or download as much as you want. The TV has all the necessary inputs. Side inputs include a USB port, a composite input and a component input. An Ethernet port, a digital optical audio output, an RCA audio output and an RF input can be easily located at the TV’s back panel. There are also three HDMI ports, one of which is compatible with HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0. The Vizio M series features a V6 Six-Core Processor, a built-in 802.11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi and a wide selection of sizes, from 43 inches to 80 inches. It sits atop two metal legs on each side. From a design standpoint, the base both has its pros and cons. It is more stable and appealing but a wider TV cabinet or furniture must be used.

  • 55\

    55" Class LED H8000 Series Smart TV - UN55H8000AFXZA

    331 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Very popular
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  • 40fs3800 Led-Lcd Tv

    40fs3800 Led-Lcd Tv

    294 Reviews

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  • Style 32s3800 Led-Lcd Tv

    Style 32s3800 Led-Lcd Tv

    294 Reviews

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  • UN40H5003AFXZA 40\

    UN40H5003AFXZA 40" LED TV (1920x1080, 120 Hz, HDTV)

    286 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Most popular
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    Pros: Clear picture, Easy set-up, Attractive price
    Cons: Low volume, Stand doesn’t allow any adjustments, Only 2 HDMI ports

    Review: The 40-inch H5003 sits at the cheaper end of Samsung’s LED TVs. It is a good entry-level TV set and a nice replacement to more costly, feature-packed models. It steers clear from fancy features and sticks to the basics, making it user-friendly. The quality of the picture is great, although there are only a few options for customization. It also performs well as a gaming TV, with very low input lag. Having a 60Hz refresh rate, users can expect minimal motion blur. The Samsung H5003 features Wide Color Enhancer Plus for richer colors and a Full HD 1080p resolution. Sound quality is satisfactory, even with DTS Studio Sound and down firing speakers. Volume is a bit low too. You might need to turn the volume all the way up for the voices to be audible, or better yet, connect a sound bar for clearer sound and higher volume levels. The Samsung H5003 has one USB port for enjoying or viewing content from a USB drive, a component and a composite input, and only two HDMI ports, limiting the number of devices that you can connect to the TV. The TV ships with a standard remote control and a rectangular stand. We appreciate the simplicity of the remote control, having sensitive, well-placed buttons. We wish they would have given the design of the stand a bit more thought though as it feels a little cheap. Tilt adjustment or swivel function would have been useful for sharing or better viewing. Compared to other budget LED TVs, the Samsung H5003 uses similar styling, with a 0.7" thin glossy bezel and a size that is great for both family rooms and bedrooms. From a practical point of view, if you don’t need the smart features of newer TVs and you plan on using it primarily for watching movies or playing games, it would not disappoint.

  • 32LF5600 - 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV

    32LF5600 - 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV

    259 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Mildly popular
    Amazon.com  Price: $379.99  See It
  • 32IN Class Aquos HD Series LED TV

    32IN Class Aquos HD Series LED TV

    341 Reviews

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    Popularity : Very popular
    Amazon.com  Price: $456.00  See It
  • 55IN Class Aquos HD Series LED TV

    55IN Class Aquos HD Series LED TV

    341 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Moderately popular
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